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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 31 August 1876

yggt&irsamjsgg'.; 'sjaac -VaeaafcL- i - - - -, TaOWt THE i,EAVE3SnrORTH WJSEKLY TIMES THURSDAY, AUGPST 31, 1876. SIX PAGES. -1 I . tSttwI-lft mint e vtfa THUESDAY, AUGUST 51. JSTG. FB02S JEFF2KS0X consiY. "WinchE'TEE, Jefferron Comity, l Katea.-, Ancnt W, 1870. J Editor Time? : Tlie Harca and Wlieder Club of this city had an enthusiastic meet ins last afcht. which was adJr,c. by Co.. Vi'm. A. l'hillips o" energetic member ol Congres?, and by the Kev. I'.aile, Metho dit rainUtcr at this place. Although Col. MiilliiH knew nothing of the meeting until he zteiil from the cars in the evening, Ilia address was a brilliant one, and elicited the heartiest applause. The -FiieaVer arraigned the Democratic House of Ilcjire-ntativc?, and chowed that it cluef characteristic was imbecility. It peveaty-tTO investigating committees were in ecs 0 for nine months, and at the end of the: t ut had only filitil out jioor IJel- knaji, who erery one know?, was a Pcino c rat. Tl y had attempted to econ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 31 August 1876

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Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 31 August 1876

JsTtf !AfidMiid6LaBMiABgais jj&E&&mtMti&3lM 'i ru Vn .' V : n tISTOF DELINQUENT LANDS List of all lands and town loU situated in the county of LemTenworth and State of Kajuae, upon which the taxes hare not been paid for the year 1675, and that are subject to aale therefor: NOTe-The following li'an explanation of the abrerlaUona and rife nsed In the tollowlng deserlB. rJoo of real estate: J-t, - "T .tTL "" fection; B, Bange; A, iw! ". Y1 ' ' Quarter: hi, hall; ,eonth;n, ortn; e, -,. r.thet:nw Northwe; at. Sktark. out; tw,Poatbweat;t, Township, w?" 8.jrottn. Ue; aa. Sooth 8U.;iir. North Qnar-tW- . Degree ; Minnie: ', Second r etc., etc B'oek. Lot. 1 (nSOl IUVhavH HLmihrey Sugnrue i F d P.nchney 1 Jons Bitwr OnuUiKi - JuMCSWt - Uuknown 2 G O -llBW Unkn -wo 2 fiewauaA Moreheod 2 Bruuu Lootaiana Parrot! Jt l Mickey EHaneWy s Ml a, Lambertd- Pleaa 4 WH Pleas AUelok. 4 A W KeoBalr 4 IV. Shrpha d 5 Yfai lii i ri 2 Sarah O Caaahan Joan: l)oug-aa - John C (Hit 6 W it Fur C Joh...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 7 September 1876

-as.--,-ns?"8 "rsg "Sr""2 jTZiC.'V in,"rrrr t. t"f m ml. 'Jj' '-" ' .' " K--i 4 i LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THE LEYENWOKTH, KANSAS. THDJRSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1876. Conservative Ej i-aedby D. It. Aether.- r-s.arv, 1831. Xstabli.aed, 1855. , I ; VoL22.-Ho. 2S.J y riw'i iac-1 v- ! .:' I? I l i I '. ( -- i ; i eefelj gfiwwi THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBrE 7. 1876. THE WAKES IBWTH. The bolters charge that Ccl. Anthony's contact in standing up for his right to call the convention to order, was because of his "malignant opposition to Guthrie." This is not only false but grossly unjust In the first place there was no chance for Guthrie to hare been nominaUd in any event. His friends had made o tenures to Col. Anthony; Mr. Guthrie himself had offered to withdraw in Mr. Anthony's favor, and enoughof the reputedfriendsof Mr. Phil lipawere willing to go with them to insureMr. Anthony's nomination on the first ballot. Cnl. Anthony was aware of there facts, and knew that all he hail lo do to secure the nominati...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 7 September 1876

- .5 . J-k,fr21 -T5 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1876. btwtmamtrmtmn p m m&ylpt"f Winfilu iamr.il raUhDAY. EEITEMBER 7, 170. 3ATI0SAL 2EPU2LICA.H TICKET For President, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, 01 Ohio. Ir Wct-VmliXrut, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, Of New Tort. FOS C05GEES3. j rt uitirtrt vim. A. Phillip, tf Sihnc C.UAy. r.nd iiiIrit tH .1). l.IlatLrll Of lhm$lu County. Third m.iri.i , T?.... Jljait Of Skairncc County. K2PUBLICAK STATE TICSET. r (.oCTSor . Lieut. Governor. recrrfary cl Utc. -T Audtor G. T. Anthony M.J. filler Thos I . II. Caranazgh '. I. Eoncbrd.e JoLu rnxcis .WITarl Uavls ...A. M. Een.on i or Trv-twnTrr or Attorney-General- ' t fctato buperinlendcst ... i .r Atsoriite Justice- U.J. Brewer ELI road. M. I., r-inion., Tlio. Iloghes, H. ernon, V. A. Johnson, li. 17. 1. Muse. HOIJ.W.A.PHILLIFS. foL William A. Phillip, the present able member of Congress from this district, was nominated for re-election by the Con vention at Abilene on the 31 ft ult., by a...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 7 September 1876

53&3i h THE IiEAVENWORTH. WBEKXT TIMES: THTJESDAT, AUG 0 ST 7, 187G. &$&shz.i y THE TIMES. (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) THE OLDEST, UBGESf, CHEAPEST, Abj Best Newspaprr in Kansas. TJavilr, iter Tr. 6 OO TVely. per Tstavr 1 OO Helivered In .nyparfof tlie City, by Carrier, at SclUi wfk. KATCS OF AOVZRTIaiaG: ltAILT Ten een's re.-line, o- cne Jul rr per saltan-, each Insertion. WEEKLY Thirty cent per line, or thra dol lars per aa-oare, eicb insertion. THIS TJ3IITS. XerawoBwertaa TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, for all dlafxaea of tha Liver, titoutfteh and ejUQ AUer Fcny Years trial tb tUll xtiru g ib luou uoqual Ifiej UiiiuiOuUlflof il Tiiuea, lr m jaooa ol iLe big .eat cbaracir mnl ;ooItiutjr. tUiliiCDCpbjukiaus owuiucuJ it a tbe iuut U-Dlitiai It U mlDcntly a Faml'r VaMelne, and by Lip lej-l rdf or iuui-d later aoi t w II rifrM uj n btMiro' aurTe-iiti, and tnaojr a dollar In iiuaut nOCTOJtS9 HILLS TfmrlVia'aUr Uodh u the ltfa-nllr iiiedl- etaea I vr u&. I bare i r a.-fi.t one ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 7 September 1876

"i "run" i V I n i niwsillilssWil lm .JKS-S- " $HE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 187G. SUccltlir SJimw L TdlTRSDAY. tElTEMBEK 7, 187' COL. I3GEST0LL OS TEE STBX2 A Speech Poll ef Tire sad Fun-The Dsso crstic Party'! Pedigree A Solemn w arn 13.J AEainst Eachelor Pre:Ideats An immense main meeting of Kepubli cans was held in Ixrwiston, JJaice, one evening last week, when fpecclies were made ly Gov. Connor anil Col. K&bcrt G. In-R-rsolI, of Illinois. There iraa great curi osity lo hear the latter gentleman, and his appearance was greeted with loud applause. It m safe to cay no one was diajioirited. iff .ejt the audience in s. i"crjitual roar I -r marly two hour. The main jortionn f hia cjeech are give nbclow, taken from .t fail retiurt in the Lew iston Journal : . iil RcroxicAN- rAirrv ami Tin: maies. 7xi 'i. ami (iotiletaai: I l!or to the jmblican Jiartr, and I am glad of it, and ! will giveyo'u a few rcaons whjr 1 am iad of it. "The lU'iniMican party is the t....

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 September 1876

'" inpl .-f X Xr, -- "- C-KW,''" "t-.5 - -ii-."'?rrgrrn - 3S THE AVENWORTI WEEKLY TIMES z.uwub.4,vii85o34 LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1S76. f Conservative Est ied by I O. B. Anthony -t, 1861. iii ' ! n ' m nwrn'm g.iH OuBMirri trrjiT irjiTWTrfcii.ciii'i LE I 1- 4. fe Trills Wimts THUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1876. OUE TOX BOLD The Martin-Guthrie b;lt at Abilene was causeless, not one particle ot senie in it, nor one particle of reason. Since that time these men and their follower hare been working to get back into the Republican party. It waa a matter of no consequence wbeth er.they came back or whether tbey remained oat in the wet. The Outmpum each day has announced that in case tbe Democratic Convention at Atchison nominated, Culture would withdraw, thereby saving the party. They have been seeking to get back with out a frank, manly confession of their guilt. When the Democratic Convention met at Atchison, tbey saw their opportunity and they improved it. Waggoner, who ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 September 1876

l- E. lJS "r -j is- '"TSf- J TJElju1 .i,EAYEVORTH WiEKXY TIMES: THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1876. i c W&tMi &itm TIIUBSDAY, SKPTEMB&K 14. 1?7G. If AXI0J.AL 2EPUSU8AK HCSS7. For lTwlilsmt, RUTHERFORD B. .HAYES, OCOMo. for lce-lxc!Ieiit, WILLIAM A. VKEELEE3, Of Sew Yert FOE C03GSESS rirat DiHrlcl 1ui. ... rhillip 0.Sm: CUs. rrend District. 1. Cllatkell Ofjhufidt Omni f. Tlilrtl Ulttrlct....- . - O fi.C'y. KEPHBLICiH STATE TICKET Tu. lljau Tor oieraor.. I", r I.'eut. Gtnoar. ,TCT .-iwy.Jaatg-al-.oetste Jtra-atee- G. T. Anlhooy U.J. Sa'ter . II. CtTxnwgfa i I. tenetrate Joon I'raBck V.'iL2id LstIs llretrcr I J ELECTOKJ. IlttgkM. II. Vernon, V.'. (V. Jonasou, K. W P. Muse. IS5S SJfS2WI0A't TISlTICTi State .7.1870.) j latJtttetE Kfde "by ths State Central .aadiSte Sot tie Celiac Capaig. : UAETEtes Republican State CKSTKAI. COMMITTEE, Totzka, bep. .rrangeweBta have been made for Ke 1 1 fican raeetinge lbrotighout the State, t .nf- the present campaign, as follows : avenworth, Monday, ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 September 1876

?Arnmwii jjji6rySAjW.ii C.!L!$",i "' svX-? -..' v--- " - "u THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1876. f THE TIMES. THS (ESTABLISHED, .855.) OLDEST, LABGESr, CHEAPEST, Aid Best Newspapf r in Kansas. S6 0O lOO Daily-, r Yaar. Weakly Pr Year- Delivered in any part cl the Citr. ly Carrier, t 23cntaa week. RATi-S OF ADVXRTISIRO: DAILT Ten cents per line, or one dol.ax per sausre. each insertion. WKEKLT Thirty cents per line, or three dol lars per (quire, each insertion. THK TJIES, Taaaw.nworlk. Kaau GEN. SHERMAN. HeDid'ntVinttobs "Pumpsd" by a Times Reporter, But the Reporter Got Away with the Information He Went After. AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK' Io yon want to purify tbe svite-n? Da you Tint t ,gt nu of diliousoess? ajoowtiiioi tniagto stren,lhn von? Do yoa went a rood appetite? Do too wait to art rid . f nervousness? Do yon waqtgood nig allot. Dojoaw.nii) sl.ep wil l you (in in bulla uproar constitution? Do yon want a b.lsi and vlgoio.il feeltscr It you do. JIVJER The Ge...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 September 1876

r-v-j- T5 t:.-r?--r - r'-' r SB - - 5 ,- ThiJ- LEAVEXWORTH WJEEKLT TIMES; THURSDAY. ATTCfCST' 14,' 1876. U J lib ; r. 1 r THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1S7C. A LOSG BHJL5CH E0KA.KCE- Hou a EessihW Young Gothwaits Wen a $5 000,000 Heirers. "Ve remained. I am glad that we did, for we Baw two Terr interesting occurrences, t One induced a fresh, honest, comely girl from the Pacific elope, with natural com plexion, truthful voice, and native manners hhc won the Adonis of the hcach under the congregated sneers of all the trained racers in the matrimonial contest. She is one of whom I told you at the beginning of this letter, who went into the surf for a hath She had read names. Alto the newepaiiers and she suppol that it wa9 nothing to do. Her father, who knows that he is unpresent able in fine society, having spent his early days in mining, and his latter ones in doub ling tip his money over and over again, se cured for her the chaperonage of a lees crude family, which was making the faohionab...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 21 September 1876

iiiiiWi ifi Tit rTW".si&i, LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THE LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1876. f Conssrvativ Establish eddiy . I B. E. Anthony January, 18 CI . Vol. 22. Ho. 23. J fa- . U Wtthl citmflj THURSDAY. EEP1"EMBER 21. 1876. EDITOKIAL PABAGBAPHS. Got. Bevebitjge, of Illinois, is danger ously ill. Mr. Wendell Phillips has been stumping for General Butler. Rcmoks of the resignation of Mr. Pier repont are current in uiplomatic circles. Gov. Kirkwood, of Iowa, will go to In diana the latter part of this month to make about a dozen speeches. They call Grant "the silent man;" but just try Tilden on the income tax if 70a want to see an oyster. Jiontm Journal. It looks as though that pesky matter of income would hare a decided (-fleet upon the Dismxratic outcome. Si Paul Tribune IIenby A. Wise, Ex-Governor of Vir ginia, died at his residence in r ichmond, on Tuesday, the 12th inst , lacking onl y two months of being seventy years of age. The New York Democratic Conven...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 21 September 1876

-iv tv "C ""'rf5L $ S- THE LEAVENWORTH WJEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1876. T It'!-- IUY. SEl-TEMRrtt 21. aSTO. SATIOS AL 3EPU3LICAK TICKET. r.r PrekMwit, nUTKERFOHD B. HAYES, UIOWo. " ' l .r -. "T. . lcr 1-rrrfl"'; I .W3tLIM A. WHEELKR, -fcsl" F03 CCS0EK3 t , , , AVin. A. I'Mll'ipt " TT'C Sj"m Cmtl). ciVmjin Guziy. Tl.o. Krai- I til'intu ... OfSUivne Coun'y. HEPUEUCAS STATE TICKET. tir OifferniT - lirl.-nt (fOTcmvr 1 , -ffrility cf State l.t . sitlilor I...!. G. T. Anthony M.J- Salter "Hios."II. Caranacjth I'. I. Bonefcrake 1 r Treasurer JoLn 3'raacU TVIlIarA Daiii A. M. Lemon ... I 3. Kreer r"oi Atioraey-rteArfl-J r or Mat fcuj rlnte-Wiepf . I. Saou5. n. "lns'ics, " K. H'7 hi--. J. 15. Juliman, T.. A. Joiiniun, , ilBST CONGaESElOSAL DlBlXICTi i ' i A emtnents Mile "T" the State Cealral Coaaittee far the Co-nlnfr Campaign." ,- II, nrinmrnB tni PIIPIV StATIT 1 . III liLAIklbUJ . 1M ....w....... w-- CTKAI. CoiUHTTEE, ToreKA, Sep. 7," 1S7C. re. J -' .lrranvniiii( i7c been made...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 21 September 1876

,r . f- a- ,.---- - -jw- ------- - 1 2 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1876. I J ! l I'M Yy kr it i M 1 i ili :A V ) l i r. i fr ; B w THE TIMES (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) THE 0L0E3P, URGESP, CHEAPEST, Aid Best Rcwspaprr In Kansai. Daily, xr Yr. 6 OO Weakly. pr Yr 100 delivered In an 7 part cl the City, by Currier, at 29 c ntl a week. RATCS OF ADVERTISING: DAILY Ten centa per line, or one dol'ar per sguane, each insertion. WKEKLT Thirty cents per line, or three dol lar! per square, each insertion. TJHK TIMES. Lvamwrtk Kane. AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK Do yon want to purify the avitex? Da you wut x.t riu of Jlltouaneea? i-oyou wist so u tningto stren.tdcn tou? Ilojojnli rood mi petla-T D.'oo wi u to a et rid f n -voutness? Io you av good ng allot ? Doyuu w.ni tj sLep w-n Diyouwan to build upyour constitution? Do you want a b.i.s. and vigoioos feeling? It you do, TAKE LIVER JRKGULAT'H PtKELY VKf;ETABf.E. I uu tliftiilc T.nlert me cine, N ui t cure if taken ix.tuL.rly, li nuUlox...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 21 September 1876

-r xi-ett-l TEGbJ juB AYJBKWORTB. WEEKXY TIMES; THURSDAY, Atr&UST 21, 1876. if L1 . r t t i: f tSffctlrtffi Sfiioes TJIUKS PAY, feEITKMBti: 21. 1S70. PRESIDENT GRANT. What Mrs. Grant Says About Mrs. Hayes Mrs. Sartoris Coming Home. The Dangers of Democratic Ascen dancy Bankrupt the Country. TJ13 Black Hills Immensely Rich in Gold. The President's Trip Abroad He Will Settle Down in Washing ton on His Return. From the New York Herald Ixk Kkanch, Sept. 10, lb7C. President Grant U probably a happier man to-day than either Governor Hayes, or Governor Tilden. He hai had the Presi dency; they only c-ovct it. He has stood the fires of tro Presidential campaigns; they have still to meet every new slander coined in the campaign mint. lie hag at tained the American'ii goal of political am bition ; they r?it btill on the ragged edge of exjicctancy, uncertain as to whether they will ever reach it. His income return has pUFed the teat of the campaign crucible; theirs is open to interpretation...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 September 1876

.-r,tf-. -. -!. a-A- - -h mli lilil"" fORT THE LEAVE WEEKLY TIME! Q r s - IiBAVBSTWOKXH. KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1876. Established, 1855 J . VoL 22.-5o. 20. I f Coaservat. 70 Established by I S. S. Anthoar Jannarv, 12C1 .-ifr- r nrrr- f-" g a w ,r q7 I! W , i -i 1 I i ! 1 ill ? J D , i, r ' $tckln 4wmi THURSDAY, SEPfEMB B 23. 1876. The Chicago Timet thinks that blowing Hell Gate oprn, "ill make it very conven ient for the New York people. Wk are under obligations to the man, gere of the Jefferson County Fair, for an in vitation to their annual exhibition, October 3 6. The New York papers chronicle as an important sign of the revival of business, a marked increase in the amount of mail matter received at the city pat-of&ce. OCR thanks are due the officers of the "Kansas Valley Fair Association" for an invitation to attend their first annual ex hibition at Lawrence. October 36 Mb. Gosbokn, Director General of the International Exhibition, denies the rumor that sickness is ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 September 1876

'-fs"v, -t j-; " -- "J V f iXfmf -f fll "" r"fc"T " - "mm; THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1876. R . if K I r.v ." !'- i I' , I 'I ,1 .' y ivr IE i, W l I-' i t WttlU ims THURSDAY, SEPT EMBER 2S, 1S7C. ITATIOHAL BEPPBIICArT TICKET For President, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, Of Ohio. Tor Vlee-rreefdent, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, Of New Tort thousand six hundred dollars, which judg ment remain unpaid. It is farther claimed that he came to this State with eleven or twelve thousand dollar in United States bond', and that all his property in this State, including his in come of eight years as United States Col- ! lector of Internal Revenue, is in his wife's name. The papers from 2ew York were revived in this city yesterday, and the committee have been notified of the facts. FOB COHGBESS- F.rsi Distrlct- Of Saline County. ATn. A. Phillips ft rmun District. Tliir4 District. Of Devylas County. D. C Haskell Tliot. Ryan Of JSkiirnee County. SEFUBUCAH STATE TICKET. For GoTcroor.. ForU...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 September 1876

H-a-riSs5Wai5efe5BSaEeSlVSe .fssttijw-wjtncrc v -ST" ' 'sr?''Sss.--v.r' THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1876. m kKaagEeagWBTfffffirr'rR-.iBnhiWgi.'lli' af-Siifi-caV.jTli?.!! iiifi aautf..sa "a f'ft tV 'i k v !. ' ,1 V 'i, U : A 1a t M, ; THE TIMES (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) THE OLDEST, LABGESr, CHEAPEST, An! Best Newspaper In Kansas. Daily, per Tsr. 6 OO Weekly, par Teasr 1 OO Delivered in any part of the City, by Carrier, at 25 c BU week. RATS OF ADVERTISING: DAILT Ten cents per line, or one 'dollar per square, each insertion. WEEKLY TMrty cents per line, or three dol lar! per square, each insertion. THE TIMES. Xaaavraawortk. Kam, AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK Do yon wait to purify the syate-n? Do yon w nt t set nu of iiliouaueaa? uoyou want son t Ling to tren.tttcn tout Do yoi wtnt a rood M'petltr? I. on wa it to rt rid f DC -roointst? lo yon ar rood dig- stio-? Do jou w .ni w al.p w-il? Dj you wan w bulla uproar conatltn'ioo? Do you want a bitax and vigorous feeling It y...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 September 1876

r""si.Mov:.w VTi; A ,TLidV- THE IiEAVBNWOKTH WJEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1876. it 'Sn -t -w rt ja. wjsr.c-wcw t K .ji j n r,i 1 r" u Ll. K r u i -W Yll. 1 t it P C? lUj; i Ul-l J VJ (8Mckli j sc THURSDAY, SEPTEM.BEP. ZS, :S7C. TELEGRAPHIC. ABMV KD-rSIOX. imiTiMMi IncL. September 20. The citv is full to overflowing with the boys in blue " and every train bring additional delegations from every rection of the coun try. Large delegation have arrived from 'ew York City, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Co lumbu, Philadelphia, Harriburg, Pitts bars, Ualtimore, Washington, Chicago and from the States of Illinois, Missouri, New Teraey, Wisconsin, Indiana, Texa, Michi gan and other States. Seventeen States are reprepented. Thrue catnjis, with a large number of tent?, have been established lor the accommodation of the visitor. The lioteld and boarding-house are full, and many private houses are entertaining visi tors. Ainonz the distinguished iiersons present, are Jov. Hartranlt, Senator I...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 5 October 1876

tHVl--,. J --r anweJ.-: ' ,-T- -yf- - Pi - FJ AVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THE LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1876. Xstablltbsd, 1855. I VoL 22 Ko. 27. 1 j uonaervauve EstaijZIsiied ty I D. 2. AntionT Jaasarr, IS 361 LE i ! i ft Ml ft l if , ) I- V r tSBteltls Stipes THURSDAY. OCTOB B 5. 1876. IHS7A1S. Our annual fair commences on Tcesdav, October tbe 11th, and it i proposed to Bike on day, daring tbe exhibition, general holiday, ao that everybody to the city can have chance to go to tbe show, and then, the plan is, to get up aome kind of appropriate demonstrations in the even ing. Tbia is a good idea, and one that we hope to aee acted upon and carried oat It i proposed to illuminate tbe citr in the evening or at leaat tbe business portion of it and all that is necessary to carry oot this part of the programme mccesafully is to have it generally understood that such is the order. The people of Leavenworth and especially our business men are fully aware of the good to be derived...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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